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Anthropology Spring 2013

ANTH 1 - BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Units: 3
An introduction to the study of human evolution and human variation. Topics include evolutionary theory, molecular, Mendelian and population genetics, primate evolution and behavior, fossil evidence human variation, and the evolution of human behavior.
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/17/2013

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6:00PM - 9:00

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location_onBGS 356

personM. MERRIFIELD

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eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

F

12:00PM - 3:00

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location_onBGS 340

personM. MONTAGNE

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eventMeets from: 2/11/2013 to 5/23/2013

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personM. DORNER

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descriptionAvailable online 2/11. See course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/faq.html

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personT. RAMPLEY

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descriptionAvailable online 2/11. See course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/faq.html
eventSecond eight weeks: 3/25/2013 to 5/23/2013

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12:00PM - 2:45

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location_onBGS 327

personK. WILD

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personR. GARCIA

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descriptionAvailable online 3/25. See course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/faq.html

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personR. GARCIA

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descriptionAvailable online 3/25. See course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/faq.html

ANTH 1L - BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY LABORATORY
Units: 1
An introductory course in micro-macro evolutionary theory, primatology, and the paleoanthropological fossil record. Primary focus is on human variation and evolution. This course provides students with a detailed study of material discussed in the biological anthropology lecture class.
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

M

2:55PM - 5:55

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location_onBGS 340

personT. RAMPLEY

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M

6:00PM - 9:00

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location_onBGS 340

personM. ZAJAC

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12:00PM - 3:00

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location_onBGS 340

personM. MONTAGNE

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F

8:55AM - 11:55

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location_onBGS 340

personM. MONTAGNE

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eventSecond eight weeks: 3/25/2013 to 5/23/2013

T Th

10:30AM - 1:15

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location_onBGS 340

personR. GARCIA

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ANTH 2 - CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Units: 3
An introduction to the comparative study of culture and society. Includes an examination of human universals and diversity in cultures around the world.
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

M

6:00PM - 9:00

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location_onBGS 352

personR. BESHK

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eventMeets from: 2/11/2013 to 5/23/2013

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personM. DORNER

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descriptionAvailable online 2/11. See course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/faq.html

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personM. DORNER

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descriptionAvailable online 2/11. See course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/faq.html
eventSecond eight weeks: 3/25/2013 to 5/23/2013

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12:00PM - 2:45

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location_onBGS 250

personJ. LOUDON

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personD. MATTHEWS

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descriptionAvailable online 3/25. See course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/faq.html

ANTH 3 - CULTURE AND LANGUAGE
Units: 3
An examination of the complex relationship between language and culture.
eventMeets from: 2/11/2013 to 5/23/2013

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personC. CESAREO

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descriptionAvailable online 2/11. See course access instructions at http://www.saddleback.edu/de/faq.html

ANTH 100 - FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY
Units: 3
An introduction to the methods, techniques, and procedures of forensic anthropology. Covers human osteology, biological variation, taphonomy, and personal identification in the study of human remains for medico-legal purposes.
eventMeets from: 2/11/2013 to 5/23/2013

W

10:30AM - 1:20

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location_onBGS 340

personR. GARCIA

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descriptionTkt# 21975 has 7.8 hours INTERNET component.